Monthly Archives November 2016

WE GOT ISSUES November: A Cinepunx Comic Round-up

Welcome True Believers, it’s your ol’ pal Johnny here with another installment of WE GOT ISSUES Cinepunx’s monthly comic round-up! I am currently in the midst of writing my yearly Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide market report so I only had time to write about a few new books that I’m jazzed about this month but rest assured I will have more comics to talk about with all you fabulous freaks next month! Excelsior! Motor Girl #1 (2016) Abstract Studios, Terry Moore From the person who brought us Strangers in Paradise, Echo, and more recently Rachel Rising, comes Motor Girl, Terry
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Nocturnal Animals: The One I Should Have Walked Out On

“Film Director”, Tom Ford (seriously, this can’t be his real name) once said: “I had a tiny bit of fashion training, but not really. I had no formal training as a film director either.” Old Sport, I think it is time you enroll yourself in some film classes because you have no idea what in the hell you are doing. Maybe I know nothing about movies. Maybe my film degree should be burned because it means nothing. Maybe I should have my head examined. “Film Critics” gave this thing rave reviews. It was purchased for $20 million dollars, the highest
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CINEPUNX Episode 58: PUNX WEEKEND- THE WILD BUNCH, VENOM, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, SUDDENLY AT MIDNIGHT

http://media.blubrry.com/cinepunx/p/www.cinepunx.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Cinepunx_Episode_58.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSHAVE WE GOT A SHOW FOR YOU!! Recorded at the end of our CINEPUNX WEEKEND RETREAT, this episode features the charming Ivo Tomas and the talented though charmless Mikey Smack! We decided to spend a weekend discussing the future of the Cinepunx empire, but mostly watching movies and eating pork products. SO MANY PORK PRODUCTS!     We decided to not only watch movies this weekend, but to spend some time discussing the films we watched! Each of us chose one film to specifically watch and discuss: THE
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From the Stereo to Your Screen: John Williams and The Phantom Menace

“Duel of the Fates” by John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra from Star Wars: Episode One – The Phantom Menace The Phantom Menace was released the day I finished my sophomore year of college. Thanks to some amazing friends who sat in line for weeks, I was able to snag a ticket to the midnight screening in the biggest theater in Kansas City. I moved all of my stuff out of the dorms, drove it home, took it into my parents’ house, and then drove to sit in line for seven hours, in order to secure a seat. It’s
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